For the last 30 years, Alexandra Juhasz has interviewed members of her own art and art activist communities about why deserved recognition often comes too late for feminist artists.
A long-overdue retrospective of the feminist artist and filmmaker demonstrates how she explores communication in her work.
The festival’s vaunted Wavelengths section features films about different concepts of performance.
Originally presented at UCLA’s Film & Television Archive, a film series brings rare 16mm prints by the legendary filmmaker to the Museum of the Moving Image in New York.
She opened up a space for women to be themselves — fully realized on their own terms. And that impulse is evident both in her life choices and in the formal decisions she made in her films.
Hammer came out in 1970 and her work during that period feels tied to her declaration of independence from social norms.
A special series at Williamsburg’s Spectacle theater screens films by Barbara Hammer, Joan Braderman, and Kayuclia Brooke and Jane Cottis.
Bay Area filmmaker and lecturer Irwin Swirnoff will host a program on June 30 at the Echo Park Film Center showcasing five decades of queer films from northern California.
Having grown up in seven different cities, there is no place I have ever felt particularly at home.